Why does a Dog get Car Sickness

While car sickness is not considered a behavioral problem, it sure is something that is just as important to deal with as any type of other issue with your dog. Having to clean up your dog's mess with every car ride is not fun at all.

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How To Properly Bath Your Dog

The rules on how often you should bathe your dog are different from one dog to the next. Various breeds as well as various types of coats determine how often the dog should be given a bath. For example, the Poodle should be bathed every four or six weeks. On the other hand, the Pointer can go three or four months between baths. Other breeds which have harsh long coats, such as the Pomeranian, Samoyed, and the Norwegian Elkhound require less frequent bathing because it tends to soften the coat. However, dogs that are kept in the house most of the time have to be bathed more frequently to keep them clean.

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Keeping Your Dog’s Eyes Clean and Healthy

Cleaning your dog’s eyes more or less depends on his type of breed. Dogs with protruding eyes and wrinkles on their face such as the Pekingese, Pug, and Boston Terrier, need to have their eyes cleaned on a regular basis. On the other hand, other types of breeds do not require as much attention. Different eye types need different kinds of care.

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Matting and how it affects your dogs health

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Getting your dog groomed is not always done just for their appearance as it is just as much if not more importantly to do with the health of your pet.  It's always important to be aware of  the issues involved allowing a dog to get matted and the problems that can arise when your dog is not brushed or clipped as regularly as they need


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Brushing Tips For Grooming Your Dog

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Brushing your dog can sometimes appear to be a simple task, but there are a a number of factors to think about when brushing your dogs. There are lots  brushes to choose from and it can be difficult to choose which brush is best for your dog...

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